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How Chiropractic Care Helps Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

By Lana Bandoim

Carpal tunnel syndrome can make you miserable. During the day, numbness, tingling, pain and weakness in the hands make it difficult to do normal activities. During the night, the pain makes it hard to relax or sleep. A pinched nerve in the wrist area causes carpal tunnel syndrome. However, chiropractic care can help reduce the pain and other symptoms.

Alternative to Surgery

Surgery is one way to treat carpal tunnel syndrome, but it is an invasive approach with risks. On the other hand, chiropractic care is not invasive and does not require anesthesia. Chiropractors can improve alignment in the body and find the cause of carpal tunnel syndrome.

Research shows that chiropractic care can reduce pain and improve the range of motion for people who have carpal tunnel syndrome. In addition, studies reveal that seeing a chiropractor has long-term benefits. Patients who received treatment for carpal tunnel syndrome continued to feel better six months after visiting chiropractors. 

Home Care

One of the problems with other treatment options is that people do not know how to take care of the wrists at home. However, chiropractors take the time to educate patients so they can make lifestyle changes to reduce the pain and tingling in the hands. They also discuss exercises and other treatment options that work at home.

Prevention

Chiropractors frequently focus on prevention to help people who do not want to get carpal tunnel syndrome. If your work or hobby requires repetitive movements with the hands, then the risk of developing carpal tunnel syndrome is high. From office secretaries who spend hours typing on a computer to factory workers who assemble the same parts all day, the danger of carpal tunnel syndrome is a problem.

Chiropractors can help you find strategies to reduce repetitive hand movements and make ergonomic changes. They can also teach stretching exercises for the arms and hands. Talk to a chiropractor to find out how to prevent carpal tunnel syndrome before it ends your career.

Consider visiting The Joint Chiropractic to get help for carpal tunnel syndrome. The licensed professionals can handle a variety of medical conditions and can reduce pain. The Joint stays open on nights and weekends, so busy professionals still find time to see a chiropractor after work. In addition, insurance is not a requirement to get help at the convenient locations. Stop living with the pain of carpal tunnel syndrome and get help at The Joint.

To learn more about your health and wellness, see your local chiropractor at The Joint Chiropractic.

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